A compound word combining snarky (itself a combination of snide and remark) and Schadefreude.
Not only does one take joy from other's bad luck or suffering, one quips, preferably within the sufferer's earshot--witty criticism and critique of the sufferer.
"Mr. Cheney," the reporter asked, barely hiding his snarkenfreude, "doesn't having a pacemaker require the presence of an actual heart?"
Derived from snark(a word that comes from the combination of snide and remark) and schadenfreude.
snarkenfreude means not only do you enjoy someone else's suffering or mishaps but you quip--usually within the sufferer's earshot--snide comments at their expense.
"But Mr. Vice-President," asked the reporter, unable to dampen his snarkenfreude, "doesn't a pace maker require the presence of an actual heart?"